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Pests have no place in your home or business. We've been helping New England keep them out for over 90 years.

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Seasonal Intruders. What You Need to Know.



It’s getting cold, and they’re getting desperate for shelter. When mice want in, all they need is the smallest opening, or the opportunity to chew one out themselves. Make sure that you’re protected.



Nestled up in your attic and ready to sleep out the winter, most people aren’t even aware of their presence. But come springtime, the space will quickly transform from a hotel into a maternity ward.

Rice Weevils

Rice Weevils

Notorious for their love of whole grains, these tiny pests are usually brought in with the rest of the groceries. Make sure to catch them early before they take over your pantry.

Cluster Flies

Cluster Flies

As a fall invader pest, these flies don’t need much – just harborage to wait out the winter. Learn how to manage them now and prevent them altogether later.

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Serving New England Since 1925

We know local pest control because we know New England. From Maine to Mass and from Brattleboro to Portsmouth, we're proud to serve the region we call home. If you see us out on the road, give a wave - then, give us a call.

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What Our Customers Are Saying

Sawyer Mill Apartments
Dover, NH

I had an issue with bird mites in my bedroom caused by birds nesting in the eaves of our old Mill building. Your company's response was immediate. Joel and Cassie worked with me on the problem and have been fantastic very patient and supportive when my anxiety level was off the charts! The problem has been solved. I cannot say enough positive things about your employees. We will never use any other company than JP Pest Services!

Laura E.
Wakefield, MA

Justin is very thorough and knowledgeable about wildlife behavior. We had a successful evacuation of wildlife. And very importantly it was completed without causing harm to the bats. He also assisted with ideas regarding a mother squirrel and her babies that allowed them to move out on their own before closing up the eave they were using. They are safely back in the trees. Thanks to Justin for his professionalism.